STOARC Projects

STOARC is involved in a broad range of projects focussed on Outsider and Self-Taught Art. For media enquiries specific to STOARC please email

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Revealing the Human

Annie Servais

Revealing the Human, curated by Professor Colin Rhodes, was on display at Arts Project Australia until Saturday 17 October 2009.

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Black & White and Scottie Wilson (80K)

Scottie Wilson

Black & White, an exhibition of works by a selection of Outsider artists chosen to showcase a wide variety of expressions using only black and white and Scottie Wilson, an exhibition of works by internationally famous Outsider artist, Scottie Wilson (1891 – 1972), curated by Colin Rhodes, opened at the Callan Park Gallery on Wednesday 1 June 2011.

John Demos (352K)

John Demos

An exhibition of drawings, sculptures and installation by John Demos, an artist-in-residence and volunteer at the MQE Studios, Macquarie Hospital, curated by Nerida Olson and Kristina Tito, opened at the Callan Park Gallery on Wednesday 13 April 2011.

Studio ARTISTS Untitled (PDF 486K)

Matthew Calandra

An exhibition curated by Emma Johnston and Gabrielle Mordy, featuring work from the stars of Studio ARTES, stepping out for the first time under their new guise, Studio ARTISTS, opened at the Callan Park Gallery on Wednesday 9 March 2011.

Michael F Brien (PDF 623K)

Michael F Brien

An exhibition curated by Colin Rhodes, featuring the work of Michael F Brien, opened at the Callan Park Gallery on Wednesday 16 September 2010.

WART... ...me smalls...too... . (PDF 102K)

Wart

An exhibition by well-known Sydney art figure, Wart, opened at the Callan Park Gallery on Wednesday 19 August 2010.

Graeme Doyle (PDF 246K)

Graeme Doyle

The first Sydney solo exhibition by Melbourne's most celebrated Outsider artist, Graeme Doyle, curated by Colin Rhodes, was on display at the Callan Park Gallery from Monday 19 July to Thursday 5 August 2010.

Kevin Meagher (PDF 307K)

Kevin Meagher

The first solo exhibition by Sydney based artist Kevin Meagher, curated by Nerida Olson, opened at the Callan Park Gallery on Thursday 27 May 2010.

Thirteen Australian Outsider Artists (PDF 307K)

Thirteen Australian Outsider Artists

Thirteen Australian Outsider Artists, curated by Philip Hammial, opened at the Callan Park Gallery on Wednesday 22 April 2010.

APA People (PDF 111K)

APA People

A selection of work from the Stuart Purves gift of the Pearls of Arts Project Australia collection, opened at the Callan Park Gallery on Wednesday 24 March 2010.

Anthony Mannix (PDF 839K)

Anthony Mannix

An exhibition of work by Australia’s most celebrated Outsider artist, opened at the Callan Park Gallery on Thursday 3 December 2009.

Anne Marie Grgich - Archaeologies of the Extraordinary Everyday (PDF 732K)

Anne Marie Grgich

An exhibition of work by Anne Marie Grgich, curated by Professor Colin Rhodes, was on display at the University of Sydney Art Gallery from 4 October to 13 December 2009.

Revealing the Human (PDF 772K)

Noble

An international exhibition of work by artists who reference the human figure, either as direct representation or in less literal ways, was on display at Arts Project Australia until Saturday 17 October 2009.

Fresh Creation - Gérard Sendrey (PDF 496K)

Gerard Sendrey

A collection of recent work by Gérard Sendrey was on display at the Callan Park Gallery until Saturday 3 October 2009.

‘I am weaving you a shroud’: Rosemarie Kocz├┐'s Holocaust Memorial (PDF 503K)

Rosemarie Koczy

An exhibition of drawings and documentation by Rosemarie Kocz├┐ (1939-2007), opened at the Callan Park Gallery on Wednesday 1 July 2009.

The Enigma of Albert Louden (PDF 468K)

Albert Louden

A collection of work by British Outsider artist Albert Louden, opened at the Callan Park Gallery on Thursday 30 April 2009.

José dos Santos (1904-96) (PDF 318K)

Callan Park Gallery

The inaugural opening of the Callan Park Gallery, José dos Santos, was held at Sydney College of the Arts on Thursday 26 March 2009.

STOARC (PDF 125K)

STOARC

STOARC came into being in mid-2008 with the acquisition of a highly significant collection of work by the Portuguese artist, José dos Santos (1904-96).